• Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
  • Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
  • Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
  • Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
  • Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
  • Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
  • Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)
Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)

Sabrent USB 3.1 (Type-A) to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] (EC-SS31)

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  • Connect a 2.5in SATA hard drive to your computer using a portable cable with UASP Support
  • USB 3.1 high-speed supports up to 10Gbps data rate
  • Hot-swappable, Tool-free HDD Installation, plug and play, no drivers needed.
  • LED light indicates Power and Activity status.
  • Comes with USB-C Adapter.

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Unfortunately doesn't support TRIM for SSD drivesFor what this is it has worked just fine so far, and works great on Linux Mint too. However, I had purchased this for use with some SSD drives I have sitting around, and much to my annoyance I discovered that this adapter uses the ASMT1351 (ASM1351) chipset, which you can quickly Google and discover that it doesn't support passing TRIM commands to SSD drives. This probably isn't a major deal if you only have the SSD connected for a few hours/days, but using it long term with this adapter would prevent the SSD from doing proper wear leveling, leading to premature death of your SSD.4ThrilledRecently upgraded HP Lap-Top and HP All-In-One to max memory and SSD. These were SATA machines which is new to me (I'm from the IDE-PCI age). Needed for Laptop as it only has 1 SATA port and needed to use USB 3.0 to copy the Hard Drive. Worked like a charm. There are cheaper options out there, but this had much better reviews than the cheap ones. Put my old 1TB Mechanical HS in a case, and with this Cable I now have a portable drive.5Like the perfect toaster, it just works flawlesslyI bought the Sabrent EC-SS31 1.5" SATA hard drive/SSD to USB 3.1 adapter to clone the internal 128GB SATA SSDs on three Dell 9020M Optiplexes to new Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSDs at work. The cable came with a USB-C adapter, which I did not use.The end of the year is always busy for our company. We find out if we can buy new toys, how much we get to spend, and push to get it all in before year-end for taxes. This year forced us from Windows 7 to Windows 10, but did not scream, "new computers". Instead the orders were "make what we have better and longer-lived". Wow. We put these boxes in service in December 2012. I had expected to replace them in 2017 but they've performed flawlessly. We maxed out the onboard RAM at the end of 2018. Now increasing storage was key to make this all work unfortunately I had zero experience cloning drives. Oh, goody.After extensive research I decided to go with the Samsung 860 EVO 1-TB drives to replace the strained 128GB SSDs in the boxes. Reviews, spec tests, etc., all showed the 860 EVO to be superior in all respects regardless of size and 1-TB should give us ample head room for the next 5-7 years as actual data storage is served by a NAS. The userbenchmark.com site was invaluable for this.Having nailed that down the next step was how to connect the drive. The reviews I read here and elsewhere (including the site above) all indicated there were many makers of cabling, but Sabrent kept popping up over-and-over again as successful, no issues, well made, solid, dependable, etc. Shopping sowed pries all over the map, but the only maker that consistently performed well was Sabrent, regardless of price. That's why I elected Sabrent even though it was definitely not the cheapest.The last piece of the puzzle was the software. This was a real challenge, it seems everyone has their own favorite but they all had horror stories and "fixes" that mostly work usually by hobbyists and gamers. Accronis was well thought of and available from Sabrent. Samsung also makes software specifically for this purpose that is free for use on their drives. That limits the reviews about Samsung's software, but what reviews existed were rock solid.Once I was done I had budgeted for the drives, the cable, the software as a purchase and three days of project time. I figured each machine would be down for anywhere from 3-8 hours.I was so wrong!The Dell's had 128GB Samsung SATA SSDs in them. The Sabrent cable hooked up perfectly. The free Samsung software was sophisticated, polished, easy, flawless, smooth, and fast. I mean really fast. The first box, which I expected to take 4-5 hours including unattended down time just doing the transfer, took 30-minutes including physically swapping the drives after the transfer was done. The transfer itself took under 10-minutes. The only reason that worked was because the Sabrent cable performed flawlessly.5disappointedI specifically bought this adapter to be able to get USB 3.1 speeds, and not just the 6.0 GB/m that other adapters are limited to.I haven't been able to verify the speed yet. I don't know of a HD speed test on Windows. On Linux, the adapter does not work in a USB 3 port, only in a USB 2 port with my workstation (Ubuntu 16.04 on Gigabyte GA-H270M-DS3H mobo), and on my Petalinux 2019.1 development board, I get a steady stream of errors when reading from or writing to the attached SSD.As a test (cuz maybe it's my SSD) I tried to attach a 160GB rotational laptop drive. The adapter cannot supply enough power for the laptop drive to be recognized, even though the manual says it should work.At least it CAN read/write SSDs...2Extremely Fast and Reliable A++ ProductWe Just wanted to give an unbiased and/or non-coached review on one of the best USB external devices we've ever used. For work when I'm backing up customer's hard drives, I've used several cables over the years and I've truly found one of the best cables ever. These Sabrent USB 3.1 to 2.5" (laptop hard drive) cables are the fastest transfer cables ever. I also use these for 2.5" hard drive and SSD Mining as well. The picture that Ill post along with this receive is from Hard Drive mining. These are the best reliable cables ever! thanks again Sabrent for making and/or designing one of the best transfer cables. I've used all of you guys products over the years and this one is now my favorite and to go to cable. Thanks again. NOTE THIS PRODUCT WAS NOT GIVING TO ME FOR FREE. I've purchased over 30+ of these now, from here and from Ebay New and Used. All work flawlessly. Thanks again - Justin5Does the job and does it wellThe cord works as intended and I do believe it's transferring at USB 3.0 speeds. Not manufacturer stated speeds but closer to real world test speeds. I connected a Samsung EVO 850 Pro to an Early 2011 Macbook Pro to clone as a new HD and it just worked. It took about 3.5hrs to clone a 250+ GB HD. Not bad, slightly lower than many other times I've seen but nothing overly amazing to write home about. Given the architecture of a macbook pro I'm not going to knock any stars off and blame the cord and manufacturer.No power was needed nor did I have any connection issues. Once the drive swap was completed, which was the main reason for buying this cord, it had no issues reading the 2.5" HDD that the SSD had replaced. Tried a few others I had laying around and all worked. Guess who's getting rid of all his thumb drives? This guy. I was also moving the device around to test the cords connection and could find no issue.Connections - I will note that I personally plan to put any SSD's that will connect to this in an enclosure. While there were no connection issues in moving the drive around a few times on my desk as stated above I did notice that because the full length of the adapter isn't resting against something high enough(a drive enclosure) to give it more support the drive can be wiggled around. The adapter is long enough for the length of most if not all standard 2.5" SSD's or HDD's but for long term use of this cord you might want to consider an enclosure.Cord Quality and Feel -As others have stated the build quality feels sturdy enough for what it is but for less than $20, free shipping I wasn't expecting a solid, unibody like all aluminum design that is the darling of current product design, awaiting it's place in some tech history museum. I was expecting a solidly built item and I believe that's what I've received. Zero complaints. I do wish the cord came in a 6' FT variation.Price - The price point feels very right for the quality of the cord.5Excellent for my needs (USB 3.1 Type-A) I used it to work with multiple SSD and HDD drives and it turned out to be an excellent tool. I understand that it might not be as fast as some people want or it does not support TRIM but for the money it is a very useful tool, no issues with any OS compatibility and speeds are sufficient for my needs.I was surprised that there was enough juice pumped through this thing to support 2.5" HDDsWith USB-C adapter I can connect it to my MBPs as well without any issues.Overall, very satisfied and recommend it 5USB-C Adapter Slows Everything DownThis cable is great build quality and extremely fast when paired with a Samsung SSD using the USB-A connector, however as soon as I add the included adapter to USB-C the speed of the connection drops significantly. Tested on multiple computers, over USB-A speed tests show Read/Write in the 475-510MB/s range. Add the USB-C adapter and that drops to 35MB/s. Not that big of a deal since using any other adapter or USB hub to get to USB-C maintains the higher speeds, but it was advertised as both USB-A and C, so I wish the adapter they included didn't hinder the performance of the cable.3Surprisingly good choice because it came with a USB-A to USB-C adaptor.I usually don't review anything within the first thirty days but I was pleasantly surprised enough to review this before any thorough use. Also, I was originally going to buy the usb-c version of this but the person who's hard drive needs copying at the moment hasn't moved to usb-c, so I begrudgingly ordered the usb-a version. What was surprising is that in the box there was a usb-a to usb-c adapter, and It looks to be a high speed version (it has the extra pins and is blue). So I will be able to do the transfer and then continue to use this with my usb-c devices going forward. It's a little thing but since the adapters sell for about $7 themselves and the description made no mention that it would be provided I was pleasantly surprised. As a side note I almost didn't buy this brand because it had the amazon choice banner and the competing brand had more reviews. Now I might put a little more stock in the amazon choice banner as well. Oh also I did try it and it worked as advertised. I am not planning on doing any speedtest or anything anyways but if it seems slow or something else I will update this review.5480 MB/s write speed on SSD rated "up to" 540MB/sSSD drive un-mounted unexpectedly a few times over a period of weeks. I was surprised to be topping out around 480 MB/s write speed using Blackmagicdesign's Disk Speed Tester app, with an SSD that is supposedly rated at "up to" 540MB/s ... I would have expected the rates to be a bit higher since it says USB 3.1 ... (0.625 GB/s which is closer to 625 MB/s). Read times were slightly higher, closer to 498 MB/s. 2018 MacBook Pro via included USB-C adapter, on a Thunderbolt port ... but we all know there are a few variables to consider.4Solid Build and Design. Highly Recommended. I was surprised at the quality of this simple cable/device. Easily powers (if you have a decent USB 3.0 port to plug it into) and operates a 2.5" HD/SSD. Have used it with a large variety of drives, sizes and brands. From SSD drives (excellent performance) to standard 2.5" laptop drives it works great. Makes it easy to check and mount drives for builds and data retrieval.I use one each and every day for pulling out a variety of backup drives so I can get decent performance. 4Worked perfectly to copy data from HD to SSD I used this adapter to migrate data from an old traditional HD to an SSD in a Toshiba laptop. I was unable to clone from the HD to the SSD, but that had nothing to do with the adapter. I was going from a larger HD to a smaller SSD and the partitions could not be shrunk enough. I ended up just reinstalling Windows 10 on the SSD. I was then able to use the adapter to copy data off of the the old HD without any trouble.I really like that the adapter came with a USB C to A adapter. 5Fake Product!!I purchased USB 3.1 version 2 years but my notebook was supporting 3.0 only and i bought a new HP notebook supporting 3.1 recently. but, this turned out not to be 3.1, but 3.0!!!! 3.1 USB port of this cable color is light blue and 3.0 is dark blue. Do not be cheated!! If you want this cable, Buy 3.0 ($8), but not 3.1($12). Both are different colors but exact same part & function!1
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Unfortunately doesn't support TRIM for SSD drivesFor what this is it has worked just fine so far, and works great on Linux Mint too. However, I had purchased this for use with some SSD drives I have sitting around, and much to my annoyance I discovered that this adapter uses the ASMT1351 (ASM1351) chipset, which you can quickly Google and discover that it doesn't support passing TRIM commands to SSD drives. This probably isn't a major deal if you only have the SSD connected for a few hours/days, but using it long term with this adapter would prevent the SSD from doing proper wear leveling, leading to premature death of your SSD.4ThrilledRecently upgraded HP Lap-Top and HP All-In-One to max memory and SSD. These were SATA machines which is new to me (I'm from the IDE-PCI age). Needed for Laptop as it only has 1 SATA port and needed to use USB 3.0 to copy the Hard Drive. Worked like a charm. There are cheaper options out there, but this had much better reviews than the cheap ones. Put my old 1TB Mechanical HS in a case, and with this Cable I now have a portable drive.5Like the perfect toaster, it just works flawlesslyI bought the Sabrent EC-SS31 1.5" SATA hard drive/SSD to USB 3.1 adapter to clone the internal 128GB SATA SSDs on three Dell 9020M Optiplexes to new Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSDs at work. The cable came with a USB-C adapter, which I did not use.The end of the year is always busy for our company. We find out if we can buy new toys, how much we get to spend, and push to get it all in before year-end for taxes. This year forced us from Windows 7 to Windows 10, but did not scream, "new computers". Instead the orders were "make what we have better and longer-lived". Wow. We put these boxes in service in December 2012. I had expected to replace them in 2017 but they've performed flawlessly. We maxed out the onboard RAM at the end of 2018. Now increasing storage was key to make this all work unfortunately I had zero experience cloning drives. Oh, goody.After extensive research I decided to go with the Samsung 860 EVO 1-TB drives to replace the strained 128GB SSDs in the boxes. Reviews, spec tests, etc., all showed the 860 EVO to be superior in all respects regardless of size and 1-TB should give us ample head room for the next 5-7 years as actual data storage is served by a NAS. The userbenchmark.com site was invaluable for this.Having nailed that down the next step was how to connect the drive. The reviews I read here and elsewhere (including the site above) all indicated there were many makers of cabling, but Sabrent kept popping up over-and-over again as successful, no issues, well made, solid, dependable, etc. Shopping sowed pries all over the map, but the only maker that consistently performed well was Sabrent, regardless of price. That's why I elected Sabrent even though it was definitely not the cheapest.The last piece of the puzzle was the software. This was a real challenge, it seems everyone has their own favorite but they all had horror stories and "fixes" that mostly work usually by hobbyists and gamers. Accronis was well thought of and available from Sabrent. Samsung also makes software specifically for this purpose that is free for use on their drives. That limits the reviews about Samsung's software, but what reviews existed were rock solid.Once I was done I had budgeted for the drives, the cable, the software as a purchase and three days of project time. I figured each machine would be down for anywhere from 3-8 hours.I was so wrong!The Dell's had 128GB Samsung SATA SSDs in them. The Sabrent cable hooked up perfectly. The free Samsung software was sophisticated, polished, easy, flawless, smooth, and fast. I mean really fast. The first box, which I expected to take 4-5 hours including unattended down time just doing the transfer, took 30-minutes including physically swapping the drives after the transfer was done. The transfer itself took under 10-minutes. The only reason that worked was because the Sabrent cable performed flawlessly.5disappointedI specifically bought this adapter to be able to get USB 3.1 speeds, and not just the 6.0 GB/m that other adapters are limited to.I haven't been able to verify the speed yet. I don't know of a HD speed test on Windows. On Linux, the adapter does not work in a USB 3 port, only in a USB 2 port with my workstation (Ubuntu 16.04 on Gigabyte GA-H270M-DS3H mobo), and on my Petalinux 2019.1 development board, I get a steady stream of errors when reading from or writing to the attached SSD.As a test (cuz maybe it's my SSD) I tried to attach a 160GB rotational laptop drive. The adapter cannot supply enough power for the laptop drive to be recognized, even though the manual says it should work.At least it CAN read/write SSDs...2Extremely Fast and Reliable A++ ProductWe Just wanted to give an unbiased and/or non-coached review on one of the best USB external devices we've ever used. For work when I'm backing up customer's hard drives, I've used several cables over the years and I've truly found one of the best cables ever. These Sabrent USB 3.1 to 2.5" (laptop hard drive) cables are the fastest transfer cables ever. I also use these for 2.5" hard drive and SSD Mining as well. The picture that Ill post along with this receive is from Hard Drive mining. These are the best reliable cables ever! thanks again Sabrent for making and/or designing one of the best transfer cables. I've used all of you guys products over the years and this one is now my favorite and to go to cable. Thanks again. NOTE THIS PRODUCT WAS NOT GIVING TO ME FOR FREE. I've purchased over 30+ of these now, from here and from Ebay New and Used. All work flawlessly. Thanks again - Justin5Does the job and does it wellThe cord works as intended and I do believe it's transferring at USB 3.0 speeds. Not manufacturer stated speeds but closer to real world test speeds. I connected a Samsung EVO 850 Pro to an Early 2011 Macbook Pro to clone as a new HD and it just worked. It took about 3.5hrs to clone a 250+ GB HD. Not bad, slightly lower than many other times I've seen but nothing overly amazing to write home about. Given the architecture of a macbook pro I'm not going to knock any stars off and blame the cord and manufacturer.No power was needed nor did I have any connection issues. Once the drive swap was completed, which was the main reason for buying this cord, it had no issues reading the 2.5" HDD that the SSD had replaced. Tried a few others I had laying around and all worked. Guess who's getting rid of all his thumb drives? This guy. I was also moving the device around to test the cords connection and could find no issue.Connections - I will note that I personally plan to put any SSD's that will connect to this in an enclosure. While there were no connection issues in moving the drive around a few times on my desk as stated above I did notice that because the full length of the adapter isn't resting against something high enough(a drive enclosure) to give it more support the drive can be wiggled around. The adapter is long enough for the length of most if not all standard 2.5" SSD's or HDD's but for long term use of this cord you might want to consider an enclosure.Cord Quality and Feel -As others have stated the build quality feels sturdy enough for what it is but for less than $20, free shipping I wasn't expecting a solid, unibody like all aluminum design that is the darling of current product design, awaiting it's place in some tech history museum. I was expecting a solidly built item and I believe that's what I've received. Zero complaints. I do wish the cord came in a 6' FT variation.Price - The price point feels very right for the quality of the cord.5Excellent for my needs (USB 3.1 Type-A) I used it to work with multiple SSD and HDD drives and it turned out to be an excellent tool. I understand that it might not be as fast as some people want or it does not support TRIM but for the money it is a very useful tool, no issues with any OS compatibility and speeds are sufficient for my needs.I was surprised that there was enough juice pumped through this thing to support 2.5" HDDsWith USB-C adapter I can connect it to my MBPs as well without any issues.Overall, very satisfied and recommend it 5USB-C Adapter Slows Everything DownThis cable is great build quality and extremely fast when paired with a Samsung SSD using the USB-A connector, however as soon as I add the included adapter to USB-C the speed of the connection drops significantly. Tested on multiple computers, over USB-A speed tests show Read/Write in the 475-510MB/s range. Add the USB-C adapter and that drops to 35MB/s. Not that big of a deal since using any other adapter or USB hub to get to USB-C maintains the higher speeds, but it was advertised as both USB-A and C, so I wish the adapter they included didn't hinder the performance of the cable.3Surprisingly good choice because it came with a USB-A to USB-C adaptor.I usually don't review anything within the first thirty days but I was pleasantly surprised enough to review this before any thorough use. Also, I was originally going to buy the usb-c version of this but the person who's hard drive needs copying at the moment hasn't moved to usb-c, so I begrudgingly ordered the usb-a version. What was surprising is that in the box there was a usb-a to usb-c adapter, and It looks to be a high speed version (it has the extra pins and is blue). So I will be able to do the transfer and then continue to use this with my usb-c devices going forward. It's a little thing but since the adapters sell for about $7 themselves and the description made no mention that it would be provided I was pleasantly surprised. As a side note I almost didn't buy this brand because it had the amazon choice banner and the competing brand had more reviews. Now I might put a little more stock in the amazon choice banner as well. Oh also I did try it and it worked as advertised. I am not planning on doing any speedtest or anything anyways but if it seems slow or something else I will update this review.5480 MB/s write speed on SSD rated "up to" 540MB/sSSD drive un-mounted unexpectedly a few times over a period of weeks. I was surprised to be topping out around 480 MB/s write speed using Blackmagicdesign's Disk Speed Tester app, with an SSD that is supposedly rated at "up to" 540MB/s ... I would have expected the rates to be a bit higher since it says USB 3.1 ... (0.625 GB/s which is closer to 625 MB/s). Read times were slightly higher, closer to 498 MB/s. 2018 MacBook Pro via included USB-C adapter, on a Thunderbolt port ... but we all know there are a few variables to consider.4Solid Build and Design. Highly Recommended. I was surprised at the quality of this simple cable/device. Easily powers (if you have a decent USB 3.0 port to plug it into) and operates a 2.5" HD/SSD. Have used it with a large variety of drives, sizes and brands. From SSD drives (excellent performance) to standard 2.5" laptop drives it works great. Makes it easy to check and mount drives for builds and data retrieval.I use one each and every day for pulling out a variety of backup drives so I can get decent performance. 4Worked perfectly to copy data from HD to SSD I used this adapter to migrate data from an old traditional HD to an SSD in a Toshiba laptop. I was unable to clone from the HD to the SSD, but that had nothing to do with the adapter. I was going from a larger HD to a smaller SSD and the partitions could not be shrunk enough. I ended up just reinstalling Windows 10 on the SSD. I was then able to use the adapter to copy data off of the the old HD without any trouble.I really like that the adapter came with a USB C to A adapter. 5Fake Product!!I purchased USB 3.1 version 2 years but my notebook was supporting 3.0 only and i bought a new HP notebook supporting 3.1 recently. but, this turned out not to be 3.1, but 3.0!!!! 3.1 USB port of this cable color is light blue and 3.0 is dark blue. Do not be cheated!! If you want this cable, Buy 3.0 ($8), but not 3.1($12). Both are different colors but exact same part & function!1
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